2014 Offseason Trades

July 16 at 4:35pm CST By Chuck Myron

Our Free Agent Tracker runs down the signings that have taken place this summer, but it doesn’t cover trades. That’s where this post comes in. As we did with last year’s offseason trades and the in-season swaps for 2013/14, we’ll keep track of all of the trades from this summer as they become official, updating this post with each move.

Together with the free agent tracker and the 2013 draft results, you can see the full picture of the movement across the NBA landscape over the past month. For up-to-the-minute news on trades as well as other roster moves as the offseason continues, follow our transactions-only feeds via RSS and Twitter.

The moves are listed in reverse chronological order, with the latest on top. So, if a player has been traded multiple times (as often happens with draft picks), the first team listed as having acquired him is the one that ended up with him. For more details on each trade, click the date above it.

October 27th

  • The Sixers get Travis Outlaw, New York’s 2019 second-round pick, and the right to swap the Clippers 2018 second-round pick with New York’s 2018 second-round pick.
  • The Knicks get Arnett Moultrie.

October 24th

  • The Sixers get Marquis Teague and the more favorable of Milwaukee’s and Sacramento’s 2019 second-round picks.
  • The Nets get Casper Ware

October 17th

September 27th

  • The Sixers get Keith Bogans and Cleveland’s 2018 second-round pick.
  • The Cavaliers get Philadelphia’s 2015 second-round pick if it falls from pick No. 51 through No. 55, as long as the Sixers don’t have to send it to the Celtics to satisfy an obligation from previous trades.

September 25th

  • The Cavaliers get Keith Bogans, Sacramento’s 2015 second-round pick (top-55 protected) and Sacramento’s 2017 second-round pick (top-55 protected).
  • The Celtics get Dwight Powell, Erik Murphy, Malcolm Thomas, John Lucas III, Cleveland’s 2016 second-round pick and Cleveland’s 2017 second-round pick.

September 17th

  • The Rockets get Jason Terry, Sacramento’s 2015 second-round pick if it falls anywhere from No. 31 through No. 49, and New York’s unprotected 2016 second-round pick.
  • The Kings get Alonzo Gee and Scotty Hopson.

August 26th

  • The Sixers get Hasheem Thabeet and $100K cash.
  • The Thunder get Philadelphia’s 2015 second-round pick (top-55 protected).

August 26th

  • The Bucks get Jared Dudley and the Clippers’ 2017 first-round pick (top-14 protected).
  • The Clippers get Carlos Delfino, Miroslav Raduljica and their own 2015 second-round pick that they’d given up in a previous trade (as long as it falls between picks 31-50).

August 23rd

August 6th

July 22nd

July 19th

  • The Wizards get Kris Humphries (sign-and-trade).
  • The Celtics get Washington’s 2015 second-round pick (top-49 protected).

July 16th

  • The Wizards get DeJuan Blair (sign-and-trade).
  • The Mavericks get the rights to Emir Preldzic.

July 15th

  • The Hawks get Thabo Sefolosha (sign-and-trade), the rights to Giorgos Printezis, and cash.
  • The Thunder get the rights to Sofoklis Schortsanitis.

July 15th

July 14th

  • The Mavericks get Greg Smith.
  • The Bulls get the rights to Tadija Dragicevic.

July 14th

  • The Magic get Anthony Randolph, the more favorable of Chicago’s and Portland’s 2015 second-round picks, the more favorable of Chicago’s and Portland’s 2016 second-round picks, and cash.
  • The Bulls get the rights to Milovan Rakovic.

July 13th

July 13th

  • The Lakers get Jeremy Lin, Houston’s 2015 first-round pick (lottery protected), and the Clippers’ 2015 second-round pick if it falls anywhere from 51st through 55th.
  • The Rockets get the rights to Sergei Lishchuk.

July 12th

July 12th

  • The Suns get Isaiah Thomas (sign-and-trade).
  • The Kings get the rights to Alex Oriakhi.

July 11th

  • The Pelicans get Alonzo Gee.
  • The Cavaliers get the Clippers’ 2016 second-round pick (top-55 protected).

July 10th

July 10th

  • The Nets get Jarrett Jack and Sergey Karasev.
  • The Cavaliers get Boston’s 2015 second-round pick (top-55 protected) the rights to Ilkan Karaman and Edin Bavcic.
  • The Celtics get Marcus Thornton, Tyler Zeller and Cleveland’s 2016 first-round pick (top-10 protected).

June 30th

  • The Raptors get Louis Williams and the rights to Lucas Nogueira.
  • The Hawks get John Salmons and Toronto’s 2015 second-round pick.

June 27th

June 26th

  • The Nets get 2014 pick No. 60 (Cory Jefferson).
  • The Sixers get cash.

June 26th

  • The Nets get 2014 pick No. 59 (Xavier Thames).
  • The Raptors get cash.

June 26th

  • The Knicks get 2014 pick No. 57 (Louis Labeyrie).
  • The Pacers get cash.

June 26th

  • The Thunder get 2014 pick No. 55 (Semaj Christon).
  • The Hornets get cash.

June 26th

  • The Spurs get 2014 pick No. 54 (Nemanja Dangubic).
  • The Sixers get 2014 pick No. 58 (Jordan McRae) and 2014 pick No. 60 (Cory Jefferson).

June 26th

  • The Rockets get 2014 pick No. 53 (Alessandro Gentile).
  • The Timberwolves get cash.

June 26th

  • The Hawks get 2014 pick No. 48 (Lamar Patterson).
  • The Bucks get Atlanta’s 2015 second-round pick.

June 26th

  • The Sixers get the rights to Pierre Jackson.
  • The Pelicans get 2014 pick No. 47 (Russ Smith).

June 26th

  • The Lakers get 2014 pick No. 46 (Jordan Clarkson).
  • The Wizards get $1.8MM cash.

June 26th

  • The Nets get 2014 pick No. 44 (Markel Brown).
  • The Timberwolves get cash.

June 26th

  • The Grizzlies get 2014 pick No. 35 (Jarnell Stokes)
  • The Jazz get the more favorable of Toronto’s and Boston’s 2016 second-round picks.

June 26th

  • The Heat get Shabazz Napier.
  • The Hornets get 2014 No. 26 pick (P.J. Hairston), 2014 pick No. 55 (Semaj Christon), Miami’s 2019 second-round pick and cash.

June 26th

  • The Bulls get 2014 pick No. 11 (Doug McDermott) and Anthony Randolph.
  • The Nuggets get 2014 pick No. 16 (Jusuf Nurkic), 2014 pick No. 19 (Gary Harris), and the less favorable of Chicago’s and Portland’s 2015 second-round picks.

June 26th

  • The Magic get 2014 pick No. 10 (Elfrid Payton).
  • The Sixers get 2014 pick No. 12 (Dario Saric), a 2015 second-round pick, and their own 2017 first-round pick that they’d given up in a previous trade.

June 25th

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